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Which iPod you might get depends pretty much on what capacity of music you need. Even the tiniest one (the shuffle) can hold 200+ songs. Most people these days have iPhones or other smartphones, all of which can store much more music than that and be used in the same manner as an iPod. Smartphones also have the advantage (also seen in some of the larger-capacity iPod models) of having a navigable screen to help select and manage what music plays. There's no need to transfer anything to the target device; your songs and playlists stay on your iPod or smartphone, and play using the wire pictured above (or, in the case of newer AirPlay-compatible receivers, devices like the iPod touch and iPhone can use AirPlay to stream selections wirelessly).
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